Archive for the ‘Chrome’ Category

Unpacking The Google Chrome Rule Breaking & Penalty

As promised, we are back before the end of the week to unpack a little more of this Google penalising Chrome business. The facts are always handy to know first – Google was caught by some stealthy bloggers in what appeared to be a campaign of articles which promoted their Chrome browser. The campaign was […]

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No Happy New Year For Google After Penalty For Breaking Rules

A Happy New Year from everyone here at a451! However, it seems that not everyone has started off the New Year happy, or at least, they’re not happy anymore. It appears that all Google got for Christmas was coal after they actually managed to break their own rules! Yes, that’s right. Google, the monopoliser of […]

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Google ChromeOS in Perspective

The amount of comment on Google’s announcement of Chrome OS operating system last week has been staggering if not completely unexpected. A large part of the comment has consisted of portraying Chrome OS in emotive terms such as ‘Windows Killer’. The more excitable section of the tech press sees Chrome OS as a challenge to […]

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Chrome

With the launch of Google Chrome Web browser there is now a real challenge to Microsoft Internet Explorer and Firefox. I have been a big user of Firefox for the last few years and only using IE on some CMSs where Firefox didn’t render correctly. I liked the look of Chrome from the start, clean […]

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